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Sheila White, an Anishinaabe Language and Culture Secondary School Teacher, volunteered to provide a series of cultural lessons to Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre staff and volunteers.

Sharing Culturally Based Teachings at Thunder Bay Regional

Increased Understandings at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Sheila White believes that understanding First Nations peoples’ worldview and history are important, particularly in healthcare, where cultural and linguistic misunderstandings have the potential to negatively impact an individual’s health outcomes. To better address the needs of Aboriginal patients and families, […]


Posted 31 August 2014 by in Anishinabek
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U.S. sailors guide an F/A-18C Hornet on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush in the Arabian Gulf, Aug. 8, 2014. The carrier is supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation

U.S. Airstrikes Help Iraq Liberate Amerli

Iraq Claims Amerli is Liberated from ISIL Militants WASHINGTON – INTERNATIONAL – At the request of the Government of Iraq, the U.S. military conducted airstrikes in support of an operation to deliver humanitarian assistance to address the humanitarian crisis and protect the civilians trapped in Amirli, Iraq, at approximately 8:30AM EDT yesterday. The airstrikes in […]


Posted 31 August 2014 by in International News
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Search area for Malaysia Airlines MH370 continues.

Malaysia Airlines to Cut 6,000 Staff in Overhaul

Air Disasters Impact Malaysia Airlines Results SUBANG – AVIATION – Malaysia Airlines will eliminate six thousand employees from the company’s roster as it attempts to recover from a two jet disasters that have his the airline very hard. The Malaysia Airlines brand has been hurt by first the lost of MH370 which has not yet […]


Posted 31 August 2014 by in Business
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Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee. – Photo by Jody Kechego

This Government Refuses Indigenous People – Madahbee

NIPPISSING – ANISHINABEK – Anishinabek Nation leaders are urging the Council of the Federation to put pressure on the Harper government to call an inquiry into the nearly 1,200 Missing and Murdered Indigenous and Traded Women in Canada. “An inquiry will enable stakeholders to identify systemic issues with respect to violence against women,” says Anishinabek […]


Posted 30 August 2014 by in Anishinabek
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Joseph Esquaga Health Centre will treat Opioid Addiction with Holistic care

New Clinic Seeks to Overcome Opioid Addiction

Joseph Esquaga Health Centre Will Treat Opioid Addiction THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Thunder Bay’s first primary care clinic to offer holistic care to patients with opioid addiction will open its doors on September 2, 2014. The Joseph Esquega Health Centre was developed by local physicians to fill current gaps in health care that often […]


Posted 30 August 2014 by in Featured
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Health News

WHO Issues Ebola Virus Roadmap

GENEVA – The World Health Organization have issued a roadmap to guide and coordinate the international response to the outbreak of Ebola virus disease in west Africa. The aim of the is to stop ongoing Ebola transmission worldwide within 6–9 months, while rapidly managing the consequences of any further international spread. It also recognizes the […]


Posted 30 August 2014 by in Featured
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Joe Panzeri takes two shot lead at The Wildfire Invitational

PGA TOUR Canada Event Third Round Action

Panzeri Takes Two Shot Lead at PGA TOUR Canada Wildfire Invitation Douro-Dummer, ON – Sports – Meridian, Idaho’s Joe Panzeri managed a 4-under 68 on Saturday at Wildfire Golf Club to take a two shot advantage through 54 holes at The Wildfire Invitational presented by PC Financial. The 28-year old will look to secure his […]


Posted 30 August 2014 by in Featured
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